The Annual Northeast Scientific Training & Program Development Retreat was established to foster programmatic cross-talk and interactions between program directors/faculty and trainees at all levels of training.
Four Morgan scholars competed in Johns Hopkins University’s first American Chemical Society Three Minute Thesis (ACSx3MT). The competition took place on Friday, Nov. 6, 2015 at 2:30p.m. at Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus.
Four Morgan scholars will compete in Johns Hopkins University’s first American Chemical Society Three Minute Thesis (ACSx3MT). The competition will take place on Friday, Nov. 6, 2015 at 2:30p.m. at Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus in Room 026 Mudd Hall.
Jahnn Drigo and Tiara Hinton, two undergraduate honor students, were selected to take part in the "Fusion Forum: Creating Partnerships for Graduate Education," a recruitment program at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA, on November 5-8, 2015.
Ophelia Ukaegbu won the Colgate Palmolive Poster Competition for her meningitis vaccine research in Dr. McCarthy’s research lab. Sabreea Parnell’s cancer research also won 3rd Place "Glow UP" EMINENT Undergraduate Poster Oral Presentation.
Graduate student, Samira Azemati and honors sophomore, Sabreea Parnell presented their inorganic chemistry research with over 8500 conference attendees at the 250th ACS National Conference in Boston, MA.
Ophelia Ukaegbu (1st Place) and Sabreea Parnell (2nd Place) research presentations won book scholarships (sponsored by the Clara Adams Honors College) in the closing poster presentation competition. This program was sponsored by NIH RISE, LSAMP and the Clara Adams Honors College.